Monday, October 8th 2012

Club 3D Radeon HD 7990 Graphics Card Pictured

Club 3D plans to be one of the very few AMD AIB partners with a Radeon HD 7990 dual-GPU graphics card. Its product is based on the same exact design as PowerColor's recently-launched HD 7990 base and flagship HD 7990 Devil13, since TUL (PowerColor's parent company) is the OEM of Club 3D Radeon series graphics cards. The card packs two 28 nm "Tahiti" Radeon HD 7970 ASICs with a PLX-made PCI-Express 3.0 bridge chip, and a total of 6 GB of GDDR5 memory across two 384-bit wide memory interfaces. It's likely that Club 3D's card sticks to the same clock profiles as PowerColor's HD 7990 base, with 900 MHz core, 925 MHz OC (toggled manually with a switch), and 5.50 GHz memory. More details are awaited.

Sources: WCCFTech, VideoCardz
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14 Comments on Club 3D Radeon HD 7990 Graphics Card Pictured

#2
Jack1n
With 8xxx around the corner and since it will be perform the same the powercoloer version i doubt many will sell.
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james888
by: Jack1n
With 8xxx around the corner and since it will be perform the same the powercoloer version i doubt many will sell.
I doubt they will manufacture many
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#4
tacosRcool
I wonder if AMD really has any plans to make/release a HD 7990
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#6
erocker
by: Lucifer666
seems to be a heavy video card
It it's like the Powercolor version, it comes with a jack to hold it up. :D
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#7
mediasorcerer
id like to jam that onto a mini itx board just to see how it would go. Id take a guess this version may be improved over the last one?
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#9
[H]@RD5TUFF
pointless card is pointless

they took too long to release this card
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#12
TRWOV
Club 3D are Powercolor rebags so no surprise here.
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#13
Super XP
At this point in time waiting for the HD 8900's is the better option. Unless you have money to burn :D
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eidairaman1
by: TRWOV
Club 3D are Powercolor rebags so no surprise here.
at least for this one sheesh
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